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With variety known as the spice of life, our Recipe Kiosk offers a catalogue of thousands of home cooking recipes to help you expand your repertoire in the kitchen.
Simple, healthy and easy home cooking you, your family and friends will enjoy.
The benefits of home cooking.
More nutritious than prepackaged or fast food. You have ingredient control (less trans fat & salt) and it tastes better!
Well-balanced meals. You can plan well rounded meals with a balance of protein, carbohydrates and fat in advance for a healthy lifestyle diet.
Family Time. Cooking can be a fun activity, especially when you create dishes with family members.
Saves money. Pre-planning or buying in large quantities is great for your budget.
Saves Time – in the long run. No driving to fancy restaurants or fast food joints waiting for meals, picking up meals & serving meals. A great tip is to prepare half your weeks meals on a Sunday and the other half mid week.
Less risk. You know where the food has been purchase, how it’s been handle and prepared and that it’s cooked properly.
Set yourself up for easy home cooking.
Stock up on pantry staples
Canned Tomatoes – diced or whole
Canned basic tomato sauce (not spaghetti sauce)
Cream Soups like Mushroom, Chicken, and Tomato
Dry Onion Soup Mix
Soya Sauce (dark)
Vinegar; white, red wine and balsamic
Wine – red preferably or white
In the fridge
Eggs – store in a cool spot or if in doubt pop them in the fridge.
Fresh greens – broccoli, spinach etc
Whole Wheat Wraps
Mustard (Grainy and regular)
In the Freezer
For healthy and budget savvy meals at home, your freezer is your most valuable asset.
It saves trips to the store, keeps your pre-cooked or leftover meals, and is perfect for stocking up on wholesale product
Here’s a guide to how long you can freeze foods
Bacon: 1 to 2 months
Breads: 2 to 3 months
Casseroles: 2 to 3 months
Cooked beef and pork: 2 to 3 months
Cooked poultry: 4 months
Cookie dough: 3 months
Fruit: 8 to 12 months
Frozen dinners: 3 to 4 months
Hot dogs: 1 to 2 months
Lunch meats: 1 to 2 months
Sausage: 1 to 2 months
Soups and stews: 2 to 3 months
Uncooked chicken (parts): 9 months
Uncooked chicken (whole): 1 year
Uncooked steaks, chops, or roasts: 4 to 12 months
Uncooked ground meat: 3 to 4 months
Vegetables: 8 to 12 months